Murphy's Law states that anything that can go wrong will. That doesn't bode well for 13-year-old Milo Murphy, a descendant of the man for whom the law was named, and who feels like he's living it. Milo is always expecting the unexpected. He's prepared for anything that comes his way, though, as he is armed with knowledge, a backpack full of supplies and a strong sense of optimism to help him get through any problem. Milo has best friends Melissa and Zack by his side to help think outside the box to overcome the obstacles that life puts in their way. Multiple Grammy winner "Weird Al" Yankovic provides the voice of Milo, in addition to performing the show's theme song and other tunes featured on the animated series.
Kevin Michael Richardson
Dee Bradley Baker
Weird Al Yankovic
Gregory Michael Cipes
Milo surprises his parents by inviting the extended Murphy family to town for Christmas, multiplying the effects of Murphy's Law.
Zack does not think anything about Halloween can scare him anymore, but he did not account for Murphy's Law.
Milo, Cavendish and Dakota travel to 1965 to help Orton Mahlson create "The Doctor Zone Files"; Derek survives.
Sara contemplates whether or not she's on a date with Neal from the comic book store; Cavendish keeps dying and Dakota repeatedly makes time paradox duplicate versions of himself to save him.
One morning, Elliot wakes up to discover that Milo has been erased; Milo participates in a race and relies on Melissa and Zack to throw him reinforcements.
The students take a trip on the school yacht; parents become children at Back to School Night.
Milo, Zack, and Melissa search for an escaped robot; Milo sleepwalks in the woods.
Milo learns that his favorite actor is supposed to be currently shooting a film nearby in town; Elliot Decker becomes the school's head safety monitor.
When Cavendish and Dakota stop Milo from destroying a pistachio plant, they change the future; Pistachio plants become sentient and take over the planet, so Cavendish, Dakota and Milo must race through time to save the future.
When Melissa's dad drives her and Milo into town on a decommissioned old fire engine, chaos ensues; Milo and Melissa finally tell Zack the story of the infamous Llama Incident.
At a donation drive, Milo accidentally gives away his mother's precious vintage t-shirts; Amanda does everything she can to make sure the school dance goes off without a hitch.
Milo's science class deals with a bored substitute; Milo and Zack go fishing with their dads; Cavendish and Dakota interfere with Brick and Savannah's time travel mission.
After Milo's attempt to cook macaroni and cheese ends in disaster, Milo decides to order pizza; due to budget cuts, the school has to combine the academic decathlon with the athletic decathlon.
The Murphys go on vacation to nowhere in particular, but at a rest stop, Milo accidentally goes on the wrong RV with a different family; at Lard World, Milo and Zack help Melissa overcome her fear of roller coasters.
Milo goes to career day; Milo and his friends horseback ride at a dude ranch; Zack becomes smitten with love.
Melissa and Zack throw Milo his first surprise birthday party, the only real birthday party he's ever had; Milo goes to the opera and when things go wrong, he ends up center stage.
Sara wants to go see The Doctor Zone Files movie with Milo, but worries about potential problems; Milo and the gang spend the entire day chasing after his doctor's note.
Zack, the new kid in town, finds that even a simple trip to school becomes an adventure when he meets Milo Murphy; Milo, Zack and Melissa's subway car derails during a field trip to the museum.
Milo attends his first football game, which turns into an extraordinary, explosive sporting event; the gang protects an egg.
Phineas Flynn and his stepbrother, Ferb Fletcher, are determined to make every day of their summer vacation fun. They try building a full-scale roller coaster, becoming musicians, building a backyard beach, and traveling back in time to meet dinosaurs. Their family pet, Perry the Platypus, doubles as a secret agent and battles evil. Meanwhile, older sister Candace is tattling on them to Mom and Dad, though she can never seem to catch them in the act.
When magical princess Star Butterfly receives a royal magic wand for her 14th birthday, she proves to her parents that she is not ready for the responsibility that comes with it. As a result, they send her to a place that doesn't have magic -- Earth -- in hopes that she will gain maturity. Upon her arrival, Star is given a family to help guide her, so she moves in with the Diaz family, which includes teenage son Marco. Star takes Marco with her as she battles villains -- both in their high school and throughout the universe -- as she attempts to protect her powerful wand.
This buddy comedy, which features a mixture of animation and live-action, follows the offbeat adventures of small-town teenagers Pickle and Peanut. Entering their final year of high school, the friends are determined to have as much fun as possible before graduation and the resulting responsibilities of adulthood. Pickle and Peanut try to be anything but ordinary in their Nevada suburb. Peanut always stands up for what he thinks is right -- even if it isn't always right -- and will do anything for his best friend. Pickle, meanwhile, wears his heart on his sleeve and, when his buddy comes up with a crazy plan, he usually makes it worse.
A trio of fish -- brothers Milo and Oscar, along with dramatic goldfish Bea -- attend school in an aquarium in a pet store. They cope with the usual trials of teens, like dating, friendship, sports and school issues, along with some more unusual things, like giant lobster attacks and field trips to hamster cages.
Most boys are worried about school and friends -- but Kick Buttowski has more important things to think about. His goal is to become the greatest daredevil the world has ever known. With the help of his loyal sidekick, Gunther, and some unusual methods, Kick will try almost anything, from racing the school bus on a skateboard to flying down Dead Man's Drop on an ironing board.
When young suburbanite Penn Zero unexpectedly inherits a job that most kids could only dream about having -- being a superhero -- he jumps fully into his new, part-time duties. He still has to live his normal, everyday life, which includes going to school, but after school is when the fun begins. Penn teams up with sidekick Sashi and wise man Boone as their adventures take them all over the place, from outer space to the Old West and the biggest challenge of all: suburbia. The ultimate goal for Penn and his team is to defeat evil Rippen and save the world.
Twins Dipper and Mabel Pines are sent to spend the summer with their great-uncle, Grunkle Stan, in the mysterious town of Gravity Falls, Ore. Grunkle Stan has the kids help him run The Mystery Shack, the tourist trap that he owns. The twins try to adapt to the weird surroundings but sense there is something strange about Gravity Falls and begin to unlock its secrets. When Dipper uncovers a cryptic journal that offers insight into the town's mysteries, he and Mabel use it and their enthusiastic desire to vanquish evil to battle the imminent mysteries that surround them.
This animated sketch-comedy series -- which Disney XD describes as "delightfully silly, weird and frenetic" -- features comedy sketches and quirky songs centered around the show's core of characters -- Dog, Moon, Ice Cream, Candy, Diamond and Plant. The voice cast features comics with a strong resume in the stand-up comedy industry, including Kyle Kinane and Baron Vaughn. The series is the first collaboration between animation giants Warner Bros. Animation and Disney XD.